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NPR News: Trump Will Be First President In 36 Years To Skip White House Correspondents Dinner

Trump Will Be First President In 36 Years To Skip White House Correspondents Dinner
The president tweeted that he will not attend this year’s dinner. He’ll be the first president to do so since Reagan missed it in 1981, after he was shot.

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NPR News: Trump Will Be First President In 36 Years To Skip White House Correspondents Dinner

Trump Will Be First President In 36 Years To Skip White House Correspondents Dinner
The president tweeted that he will not attend this year’s dinner. He’ll be the first president to do so since Reagan missed it in 1981, after he was shot.

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NPR News: 'The Americans' Showrunners Talk Writing Cold War-Era Drama Amid New U.S.-Russian Relations

‘The Americans’ Showrunners Talk Writing Cold War-Era Drama Amid New U.S.-Russian Relations
Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields, co-showrunners of the acclaimed series “The Americans,” about Russian spies in the Washington, D.C., area, look ahead a season amid newly tense times with Russia.

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NPR News: Doctor Takes Death Education To High School Classrooms

Doctor Takes Death Education To High School Classrooms
NPR’s Michel Martin talks with Dr. Jessica Zitter about preparing high-school students to deal with end-of-life care. Zitter is a critical care and palliative medical doctor in Oakland, Calif.

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NPR News: Tattoo Artist Offers To Cover Up Racist Insignia For Free: "There Is Enough Hate In This World"

Tattoo Artist Offers To Cover Up Racist Insignia For Free: “There Is Enough Hate In This World”
NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with tattoo shop owner, Dave Cutlip of Brooklyn Park, Md., who has offered to cover up any racist or gang affiliated tattoos at no cost. 9 more words

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NPR News: South Africa Xenophobic Attacks

South Africa Xenophobic Attacks
Tensions over immigration erupted into violence in Pretoria, South Africa, this week. Reporter Peter Granitz says foreigners are scapegoats for those who are actually upset with the government.

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NPR News: Barbershop: CPAC Controversies, Trump Transgender Policy, The Oscars

Barbershop: CPAC Controversies, Trump Transgender Policy, The Oscars
Political journalist Bridget Johnson, Trump supporter Jeff Giesea and radio host Farajii Muhammad discuss the week’s big topics. 16 more words

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